Founded in 1982, CWEE fosters personal and professional transformation for low-income single parent families through confidence building, customized skills training, and career advancement. CWEE believes that regardless of personal situations and other barriers to employment, when an appropriate level of education and support is provided, individuals can and will succeed.
CWEE has a long history of expertise and knowledge in the field of workforce development. We are advocates on many levels – from our work on poverty and education issues to our core programs and services – we work tirelessly on behalf of those we serve. CWEE’s holistic model is comprised of three key phases – preparing for employment, finding employment, and keeping employment.
A recent article published by the Denver Post highlighted the CWEE program and how it helps single parents, like Natasha Apodaca (pictured on the right), get back on their feet. You can read the entire story here.